Correct spelling for IT5

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Possible correct spellings for it5

  • Nit(Definition of nit)
  • Fit(Definition of fit)
  • Glyddyr stood looking after him as the doctor walked away, and a fit of trembling came on.

    A so we get fi know say that you physically fit You too legit to quit

    – Concrete by Sean Paul
  • Git
  • "git down an' come in," returned blair.

  • Sit(Definition of sit)
  • Pit(Definition of pit)
  • Ito
  • Ct
  • Mylin, willow st. pa. grafted tree; juglans sieboldiana or sieboldi, japan walnut, rapid grower and beautiful tree; juglans cordiformis, japan walnut, tree similar to the sieboldiana but a better nut, grafted trees bearing very early; indiana pecan from original tree wabash river bottoms, oaktown, ind.; niblack pecan from original pecan in indiana; weiker hickory seedlings, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, from seedlings 60 years old from the parent tree 200 years old at lampeter, lancaster co., pa., showing marked variation from the type of the parent tree, which is believed to be a cross between the shagbark and the shellbark; kirtland shagbark from original tree at yalesville, ct.; laney shagbark-bitternut hybrid from original tree in rochester, n. y. city park; fairbanks shagbark-bitternut hybrid from topworked tree, original tree near cedar rapids, iowa; leaves, burrs and nuts of morris hybrid chestnut no. 1, american sweet chestnut pollen on chinkapin.

  • Il(Definition of il)
  • Wit(Definition of wit)
  • Ir(Definition of ir)
  • Hit(Definition of HIT)
  • "the way i hit him, if i had, his neck would be broken, and it's not.

  • I'd(Definition of i'd)
  • Ht
  • Et
  • There he wrote "louis lambert" as a last farewell to madame de berny; and in memory of his ten years' intimacy with her, on the title-page were the dates 1822 and 1832, and underneath the words "et nunc et semper."

  • Ut(Definition of ut)
  • Ot
  • It's
  • I'm(Definition of I'm)
  • Id
  • Ia
  • At(Definition of at)
  • See you at kadenar."

  • Its(Definition of Its)
  • Lit(Definition of lit)
  • Mit
  • Kit(Definition of kit)
  • Zit
  • It(Definition of It)
  • Int
  • Ti(Definition of ti)
  • Ie
  • Bit(Definition of bit)
  • Good enough sermon, lasher, but a bit long."

  • Cit(Definition of Cit)
  • Dice and intrigue so mutually are blended, that one begins as soon as t'other's ended: a city heiress blooming, rich, and fair, picks up the cards and counters with great care; against her fate a smooth young baron, wit he had none, beauty he had his share on, a soft clear skin, a dapper neck and waist, in all things suited to the modern taste; and most polite, like all our modish brood, that is, a very fool, who's very leud: he ogles miss, she squints, and turns aside, nor can her mask her rising blushes hide; at last (as bargains here are quickly made) she yeilds to be caress'd, tho' still afraid; she cries, a private room's for them most fit, for reputation is the glory of a cit; this only is the place, where in a trice, some angel steals the wounds of friendly vice; the nymph finds a relief for all her pains, and the lost maidenhead's restor'd again.

  • Old-Fashioned(Definition of old-fashioned)
  • T
  • In(Definition of in)
  • Iv